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Mark Aiston Travels from Adelaide, SA

Mark Aiston


  • Consultant / Coaching
  • Master Of Ceremonies
  • Media
  • Mental Health
  • Presentation Skills
  • Sport
  • Sport Other
  • Training

Television and radio personality Mark Aiston is one of the most accomplished corporate hosts in Australia working behind the lectern for over 35 years.

He has worked as the sports presenter at The ABC and Network ten in Adelaide. And hosts radio shows at Mix 102.3 and The Nova Entertainment Network. He now runs his own company providing media training for athletes and corporates.

Mark also offers an exciting presentation, taking the audience on a special behind the scenes look at the media. This hilarious yet incredibly insightful and educational 50 minute presentation is perfect for conventions of all types.

Mark is also a wonderful motivational speaker. He talks candidly of his battle with depression. He even manages to uplift the crowd with his dogged determination to beat the ever present black cloud through the use of some hilarious stories about his father, Keith, who was an outstanding athlete. Keith passed away in 2013, which is lucky because he may just dispute some of the anecdotes told!

Mark is an ambassador for a number of charities and organisations. Mark is passionate about helping fight depression and works closely with Muscular Dystrophy South Australia.


Mark connected really well with the audience and was a true professional. He has a great personality and was great to work with.

Department Of Trade And Development

Mark brought a really good energy to our event and gauged the tone just right. He put a lot of effort into the preparation and displayed a high degree of perfectionism. His interaction with our guests, use of humour and emotion and appearance all were a great fit.

Local Government Managers' Association SA

Mark was a complete professional! He was dedicated and committed. He delivered his script with energy and passion and helped make our Awards dinner a success!

SafeWork SA



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